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. >> steven, don't even talk to me if you're not even 400 thread count. >>> it's time to reveal wednesday's buzzword in our "right this minute" ipad giveaway v. to be 18 or older to enter and have the buzzword. >> all right, steven. time for wednesday's buzzword. >> go to our facebook page to enter. >> and wednesday's buzzword is dashcam. >> one of our favorite words here on "rtm." head to our website and click on the ipad button. >> and enter wednesday's buzzword, dashcam, d-a-s-h c-a-m for your chance to win. >> he's back breaking dune famous halloween poem. >> trick-or-treat, smell my feet, the most horrible poem in history. >> why would you tell someone to smell your feet? boar. >>> it is time for a halloween battle. say it for me. >> -- versus dracula. >> this is actually dexter the kitten playing with -- the person of this video actually called the vampire. >> and kitten's really getting it. >> oh, yeah. dexter -- whoa. now, dexter, is he fighting or trying to make love to the vampire? >> two things going on here. i think kitten might have a crush and kitten's roughing him up a litt
of trading advantage from the chicago mercantile exchange, steven guilfoil, john wood of j.j. w and associates from the nymex a few blocks away in lower man hat the tan and steven rosen from stock gen joins us from manhattan and bob pisani as well. steven guilfoil what an achievement to get things going, uphill battle. >> most of us have problems in our own neighborhoods, had to commute in, most of us had to drive in, maybe walk a great distance, but i'd say 80% to 90% of us are here and surprisingly the liquidity is here. the volume is about where it's supposed to be. >> john, what about the nymex one of the areas in the eye of the storm. what has it been like in terms of getting business back on track? >> we have problems with phones today and it was just the floor was probably about half full. it was just really a logistic nightmare just getting here. i live down in the jersey shore so just getting up here was quite a chore. you get back to the customers and towards the latter part of the trading day you saw a pickup a little bit. >> we want to get to breaking news, stand by,
and steven humphrey and allen baer. and we also joined by past giants owners. please welcome the family jamie and kim rupert and peter stoneum. also here with us today bob and connie laurie. peter and debbie mc clawlin. bill and sally newco. and now let's give it up for your giants training staff. david, mark and carl, and harold. [cheers and applause] [inaudible] your assistant coaches. shawn dun can, dave stone and the there will will clark. [cheers and applause] . and the manager for the past 54 years the legendary one, mike murphy. [cheers and applause] and we would also like to extend a warm welcome to all of the giants alumni that we have here today including former giants manager feleap laua and five of our hall of famers. gay lord perry, orlando si pirra, jaun, lily misconnie, and willy mays. [cheers and applause] we also want to acknowledge congresswoman nancy pelosi along with her husband. thank you so much for being here. we know how busy you with the election just a few days away so a round of applause for all of our vip and special guests. and now at this time we w
bar about 18 inches.""ndrew burke....wn't sooo forggt... the wrath of isabel. it put john steven out of bbsiness...for three weeks. dire predictions about sandy, he couldn't stop thinking about isabel. "incrediblyy dettrmined...tookeep history from repeating itself. (burke) "we spent a couple of days sandbagging and wrappiigg all of our indoww."and delight....is efforts paid off. "nnt a drop, not a drop, she's tight as a bone."and unlike sabel...there'll be no costly eeairssto remove water...and no ssggificant loss...ii business. (burre) "a storm like isabel probably busiiess."((urke) "i think ggd did more than i ould ever do." (rydell) "by late aaternoon, many of the pubs here in fells say that's aa immortaat message toosenn to theirrmany ii hhlloween, and here in fells point, it's much mooe than just a holiday for kkds." (burke) "adults come down ii costumm, people look forward to ii all year." "it's one of the last estages of the old fells point."a festive noomal. ohn rydelll fox 45 neww at ten. the... ownnr &pof... "john steven".../ isaael...// cost...
guy. >> >> thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker please. >> good afternoon. i am steven cornell and i own a hardware store two and a half blocks where this place is. what bothers me as a business person and there for seven years and got a permit and maybe they're not doing what they're supposed to but nobody stopped them after all this time and putting money into the business and doing different stuff and possibly closed for something that is going on that nobody ever called them on that's pretty tough after making all that kind of investment. i have been on the street. i actually went to elementary school a block and a half from there so if we're going to talk about longevity i have quite a bit of it. the street has changed a lot and to the better but the idea of closing a business or changing a business and letting it run for seven years that's not fair to any business. thank you. >> good afternoon commissioners. i steffen and for the last nine months i have been helping liam in his outreach to the community instructing him individually to knock on doors, talk to all rele
? sure. but it's all natural. so you may ask steven, why aren't you fighting these charges? because i don't want to drag america through my ball scandal! (laughter) or scandalize america by dragging my balls through it! it's a real problem. that's why i don't wear wide-legged pants. or ride escalators anymore. that is also why -- true. dangerous. that is also why effective today i am stepping down as chairman of the wristrong foundation. (boos) i have to do this. i have to do this. we haven't spoken but i trust my balls will also be stepping down. or at least descending. there it is. and though i will no longer be chairman, i will be staying on the board which has no other members but me. so i am proud to announce that starting today i will be serving as interim chairman of the wristrong foundation. (cheers and applause) now, folks -- now, folks, -- (cheers and applause) i'm sure a lot of people out there are saying will this scandal follow me? yes, the same way my balls follow me in a motorized side car i use on the weekends. i'm tired. (laughter) as it is all the titles i have learned i
smugglers. >>> oakland police say steven buggs seen here shot and killed 34-year-old lester young. buggs reportedly believed young was having an affair with his girl friend while he was in prison. >>> the father of a teenager who was shot by police in june has filed a lawsuit against police. the 14-year-old was killed after he was shot by police. a scuffle ensued after a gun fell out of his waistband. the lawsuit alleges the shooting was the result of racial profiling by police. >>> in news of the world tonight in columbia, six police officers were killed in an ambush. officials say they suspect rebels were responsible. the government and rebels just started peace talking aimed at ending the fighting that has gone on for some 50 years now and killed tens of thousands of people. >>> in switzerland, ubs has announced it is cutting 5,000 jobs and 3,000 of them are in connecticut. this comes after 500 jobs were cut last year. ubs also announced losses in the third quarter. the bank has been trying to come back after bad investments and a trading scandal. >>> in japan a government audit shows
. >>> oakland police say steven buggs seen here shot and killed 34-year-old lester young. buggs reportedly believed young was having an affair with his girl friend while he was in prison. >>> the father of a teenager who was shot by police in june has filed a lawsuit against police. the 14-year-old was killed after he was shot by police. a scuffle ensued after a gun fell out of his waistband. the lawsuit alleges the shooting was the result of racial profiling by police. >>> in news of the world tonight in columbia, six police officers were killed in an ambush. officials say they suspect rebels were responsible. the government and rebels just started peace talking aimed at ending the fighting that has gone on for some 50 years now and killed tens of thousands of people. >>> in switzerland, ubs has announced it is cutting 5,000 jobs and 3,000 of them are in connecticut. this comes after 500 jobs were cut last year. ubs also announced losses in the third quarter. the bank has been trying to come back after bad investments and a trading scandal. >>> in japan a government audit shows billions o
steven horsford is having the fight of his life. down in every poll, sometimes by double digits. because of this man, republican danny tarkanian, the son of legendary u.n.l.v. basketball coach jerry tarkanian. horsford has been appealing to the 55% of voters registered as democrats to w this sprawling and increasingly diverse district. from its sparsely populated mining communitieses to the densely populated latino and african-american neighborhoods in the northern tip of the las vegas valley. both candidates are spending a lot of time on the road to meet with voters. horsford is currently the majority leader of the state senate. and he has focused his campaign on economic issues. >> what i've heard from the voters is the same thing. with a are we going to do to get people working and grow the economy? how are we going to address the housingrisis and what are you going to do to protect medicare and social security? i have strong positions on those issues. my opponent does not. >> reporter: tarkanian has benefited from his family's well known name here but failed to win an election in thr
, mayor lee. introdu heroes, pat park and steven rumble. [ applause ] >> thank you, so much, jen. and it is such an incredible honor to be here. thank you for america for hosting us, thank you for being an active inspiration, here for us and to the program. which we will talk more about today which was found in large part by... and thank you for getting the whole... chief information officer and mayor it is a huge honor to be in your presence as well. >> thank you so much for coming. >> thank you. >> and thank you all for taking time out of your busy schedules to come here today. we are here for a work session. we are actually going to go deep on which... and get your thoughts. so here is actually what is going to happen for the next couple of hours or so. we are going to have a brief context and then we will hear mayor lee make an exciting announcement. which i will introduce the projects and we will do... and break out into session and go deep and provide feedback. i need it and come back together for a... session. so,... talk about something called the... which is really an un
, the warnings by our ambassador, chris stevens, the last message he wrote before he was murdered was talking about the security requirements that were necessary. why didn't the president of the united states know with it? maybe it was one of the briefings that he didn't attend. but the point is the president should have known about it, action should have been taken. then during an obviously there is information that the c.i.a. people were ordered to stand down three times and then afterwards, of course, that's really where i think the people are infuriated. to go out and say something that was totally false, totally false. there was no mob. there was no demonstration. and these surveillance information that you talk about both from the drone and they got them from the consulate, they're now classified as top secret. we've asked for those. congress has a right to know. the american people have a right to know. >> gretchen: they do. but unfortunately, they may not know 'til november 15 when the hearings start and that is ten days after the election. senator john mccain -- >> i can just tell yo
in the deadly benghazi terror attack that left four americans dead including u.s. ambassador chris stevens. that happened on september 11th a group of senators including senator john mccain writing to president obama asking him to stop stonewalling and tell congress and the american people what the administration knew and when they knew it. this comes as now we are learning more about internal surveillance video of the attack which apparently led to the arrest of a tunisia man, ali al-harzi, and a suspect detained in turkey days after the attack. so far u.s. interrogators have not had access to him. ambassador john bolton, former ambassador to the united nations and fox news contributor. he joins us now. the fbi took, well, the investigation into what happened at the embassy took a long time to get going. now we've got word that this guy, actually two suspects, perhaps, are under arrest but we haven't been able to talk to them yet? >> yeah. this is really outrageous and one of the follow-on consequences from the badly misguided way the obama administration has handled this entire affair, f
storm relief and politicking. npr's ari shapiro tweeted that steven said, i don't know what happened, some volunteer just pressed play, i guess. and just like a typical campaign event, romney refused to answer tough questions. >> what would you do with fema? why won't you answer any questions? >> mitt romney had more to say about fema at a primary debate last year when he was asked whether states should pay for disaster relief, themselves, since fema was running out of money. >> absolutely. every time you have an occasion that takes something from the federal government and sends it back to the states, that's the right direction, and if you can go even further and send it back to the private sector,s that even better. instead of thinking in the federal budget, what we should cut, we should ask ourselves the opposite question. what should we keep? we should take of what we're doing at the federal level and stay what are the things we're doing that we don't have to do? and those things we have to stop doing. >> disaster relief, though. >> we cannot afford to do those things without jeo
and president of crossroads gps is? it is not karl rove. it is a guy named steven long. you know what he used to do? he was a chief lobbyist for the chamber of commerce. guess what the chamber of commerce wanted to lobby for? the stimulus bill. he begged for it! he said please, please! give us more stimulus. in fact, the u.s. chamber of commerce calls on the senate to approve without delay h. r. 1 the american recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. that is the guy running those ads against tim kaine who earlier said without delay we must have the stimulus money. and yet with a straight face, he turns around and runs the the ads against democrats. why? because they're professional liars. that's what they do for a living. get a load of what's happening in california. prop 32. it sounds like oh, my god we've these corporations taking this money and we've got to stop the corporations taking payroll from their employees using it for political purposes. >> if you have a telephoto lens, maybe you would see deals cut in shadow
that there was no demonstration, that there were repeated requests from stevens within hours of his death for reinforcements for security enhancements, two attacks prior to that, in a couple months, and biden goes on the debates and says they knew nothing about it. my understanding of national security -- of, anyway, my understanding is the president has control, is well aware in the situation room of the the live feed, is where decisions being made. we've got youryou've point that the benghazi attack is an october ssurprise. guest: almost every day some of the national security riders of the new york times have been doing quite a lot on benghazi and the aftermath of the attack. the run-up to it as well. the conservative media believes that it's not being covered enough. whether or not it is, there are guys like tapper at abc, and the new york times and washington post has done a lot of it, reporting the actual on the grounds scenes. this is an effort to undermine the president's advantage on foreign-policy. but i'm not sure there's much there. i'm not fully versed in everything about benghazi and the attac
production in the united states, instead of expanding in china, said stewart stevens, the senior adviser to mr. romney. well, a gm spokesman responded to this saying, that is absolutely bereft of any fundamental understanding of the global automotive industry. all global manufacturers, whether general motors, ford, chrysler, or vw, build historically in the markets in which we sell. steve rattner, last, just to nail this down, it seems to me, the reality is, beyond all the nonsense and the ads put out by romney to get votes, is that we build jeeps in this country for people to buy them in this country, as i have done, and we build jeeps in china for chinese people to buy, and that's the way it's been, it's the way it will be, according to all future plans. >> yes. and i think both you and bill and what you have just read from the gm spokesman has made that very clear. cars are being made close to people who buy them. now, we do export jeeps at the moment, because it is such an iconic brand worldwide. and jeep wranglers will only be made in toledo for the foreseeable future. and any jeep
of a democratic ally organized labor. >> i do believe in the value of this company. >> steven ratter in says political fixes are wrong. he headed the auto task force to oversee the g.m. and chrysler bail-out and he tells fox news we had lots of conversation whether to require g.m. top off all the pensions. it was not easy to decide where to draw the line. >> ratner says the uaw had to be in factories if the g.m. bail-out would work and they drew the line at topping off the delphi uaw pension. bret? >> bret: steve, thank you. latinos are the second fastest growing race group. they will be even bigger and a bigger factor in every election to come. here is chief national correspondent jim angle. >> vice president biden told a radio interviewer from univision that only he and the president recognize the importance of latino voters. >> we have a lot of people who don't pay attention the lay te know vote; particularly, in the other party, realizing that is a political force. >> the president told the des moines register if he wins a second term, it will be because, "the republican nominee and the
in libya. this attack resulted in the death of ambassador chris stevens but we also now know that he made multiple attempts to get more security and that these efforts went unheeded. do you believe that the obama administration mishandled the situation even after and also in the aftermath of the attack? what could have been done better and should be done better going forward? hochul: absolutely mishandled, and to learn how that their cries for help from people asking for additional support, and to know they were unanswered is unacceptable. estimate of the house armed service committee when we get back to washington will conduct oversight hearings and make sure that our ambassadors and all the consulate personnel across this globe are protected. we've got to make sure they have within me. i would not do as republican leadership in congress, cut $300 million from embassy security. we need to make sure they have the resources, the protection they need. i do believe there's any explanation other than it was not handled properly and i believe that congress needs to make sure this never happens
. >> 7:55. let's go to steve. the real rain, the real stuff on the north coast. steven dunlap up in fort bragg said starting to rain here very light. not for the parade -- there's been some drizzle but i think that will lift. it will be cloudy to mostly cloudy. we're waiting for the system to come in. it is really mild. the system is running into a wall back -- back on east coast. the remains -- it remains an area of low pressure. we're still showers away. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. mostly cloudy skies. our system looks good. it has a lot of moisture with it. but when you see them go north, south to north. that tells me it is slowing down a little bit. it will make it. it's just taking its time. there you can see the radar picking up. cape mendocinop it's there. it's on way. mostly cloudy, drizzle, light rain, os, 70s. i think south bay trick or treaters are fine. it's the north bay i'm concerned about. the earlier you go, the better. the system could bring rain to the north bay by this evening. other areas might wait until 9:00. sunny and warmer weather for the weekend. >> all rig
to join steven tyler, joe perry and the guys for what is sure to be a great show out on our plaza. >> a great pick me up. >> just another, another story with a positive side. families who weathered sandy and came out with new bundles of joy on the other side including one woman who gave birth after just making it to a makeshift shelter in a church gym. what a story. we're going to talk to her. >> and we'll go back to natalie flying in a helicopter. she's been giving us an aerial view of some of the damage along the new jersey shore. first, nbc's lester holt also on the jersey shore. he's in the very hard hit town of point pleasant beach. lester, good morning again. >> reporter: good morning. it's a beautiful sunrise over the beach, but the beach is only half of what it used to be. you hear of storm surging and hear of water moving inland and that's what it is, and water moving in. test test test test test nt pleasant beach. this was a motel, the kind of damage you see in any community up and down this beach, and then there was sand everywhere. when that water. >>> when that water
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